Questioning sex and breed of these 7 week old chicks

Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by Wi_Pida, Jun 19, 2019.

  1. Wi_Pida

    Wi_Pida Chirping

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    When I bought these checks I was told that they were supposedly cinnamon Queens. Obviously they are not. Also I was told they were 98% sure that they were females. I know that two of them are males and I believe the other two are females. The ones I believe are females have very light combs and their split. the only thing that makes me question that they may be males is because they do have very small wobbles. The first picture I believe is a female. And the second picture is obviously a male. Their body coloring is all the same on all four chicks. The two males are definitely bigger than the two that I believe are females. Can anybody tell me if the what I believe our females are actually females and what type of chickens these are? received_2313874268658182.jpeg received_2422864124616410.jpeg
     
  2. RustyBucketFarmGirl

    RustyBucketFarmGirl Songster

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    They look like they might become Colombian Wyandotte’s to me. Possibly as i am no expert. Lol

    As far as gender i have been wrong enough to know not to make a guess.
     
  3. Those are cockerels.
     
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  4. Frazzemrat1

    Frazzemrat1 Free Ranging

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    not wyandottes... the first cockerel has a pea comb, the second a straight comb. A Wyandotte should have a rose comb.
    where did you get these guys? At 7 weeks, they're definitely cockerels, but I think they're mixes.
     
  5. Wi_Pida

    Wi_Pida Chirping

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    My husband bought them for me at true value.
     

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